England Football team represents England in the international association football team. This England football team established as a national football team in March 1872. England Football team is nicknamed The Three Lions in the Flag of England. The team association name is The Football Association short name The Three Lions and its Confederation UEFA (Europa). The England team qualified for the FIFA World Cup for the nations. And, they had qualified for more Olympic Games.
The England team current manager name is Gareth Southgate. Although part of the United Kingdom, the team has always had a representative part that, plated in the professional tournaments.
England teams fight the FIFA World Cup and UEFA Championship, which alternate biennially. Every one of these tournament wins later 1992 and England would also contest the FIFA Confederations Cup.
On 30 November 1872, a return fixture was organized by representatives of Scottish national football teams. England team reached the quarter-finals for the first time and lost 4-2 to reigning champions Uruguay in the FIFA World Cup 1954.
England Football team squad info details
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Football team nickname: The Three Lions
Confederation Name: UEFA (Europe)
Sub-confederation name: UEFA
Association of this team: England Football Association of this team
Head of the coach: Gareth Southgate
Team captain: Various
Top Scorer of this team: Wayne Rooney (53)
FIFA code: ENG
Present rankings of FIFA: 7 on 18 February 2018
The highest ranking of FIFA: 3 number positions in August 2012
Lowest ranking of FIFA: 16 number positions at 19 June in 2014.
England National football team players
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National Football team of England player names and their Date of Birth and also Club name has given.
|Player name and Positions||Date of birth||Playing club name|
|Jack Butland - GK||10 March 1993||Stock City|
|Fraser Forster - GK||17 March 1988||Southampton|
|Joe Hart - GK||19 April 1987||West Ham United|
|Jordan Pickford - GK||7 March 1994||Everton|
|Kyle Walker - DF||28 May 1990||Manchester City|
|Gary Cahill - DF||19 December 1985||Chelsea|
|Ryan Bertrand - DF||5 August 1989||Southempton|
|John Stones - DF||28 May 1994||Manchester City|
|Harry Maguire - DF||5 March 1993||Leicester City|
|Kieran Trippier - DF||19 September 1990||Tottenham Hotspur|
|Joe Gomez - DF||23 May 1997||Liverpool|
|Phil Jones - DF||21 February 1992||Manchester United|
|Chris Smalling - DF||22 November 1989||Manchester United|
|Nathaniel Clyne - DF||5 April 1991||Liverpool|
|Luke Shaw - DF||12 July 1995||Manchester United|
|Raheem Sterling - MF||8 December 1994||Manchester City|
|Jordan Henderson- MF||17 June 1994||Liverpool|
|Dele Alli - MF||11 April 1996||Tottenham Hotspur|
|Fabian Delph - MF||11 November 1989||Manchester City|
|Harry Winks- MF||2 February 1996||Tottenham Hotspur|
|Michail Antonio- MF||28 March 1990||West Ham United|
|Ashley Young - MF||9 July 1985||Manchester United|
|Jesse Lingard - MF||15 December 1992||Manchester United|
|Eric Dier - MF||15 January 1994||Tottenham Hotspur|
|Jake Livvermore - MF||14 November 1989||West Bromwich Albion|
|Jamie Verdy - FW||11 January 1987||Leicester City|
|Marcus Rashford - FW||31 October 1997||Manchester United|
|Daniel Sturridge - FW||1 September 1989||West Bromwich Albion|
|Jermain Defoe FW||7 October 1982||Bournemouth|
|Harry Kane FW||28 July 1993||Tottenham Hotspur|
England National team crest organization, logo and Supporters
England’s team traditional colors are white shirts, white or black and navy blue. Although the first away kits England were blue. They have occasionally had a third kit. England wore a third kit with pale blue shirts at the 1970 World cup.
In 1924, England team played their first squad at the stadium with Scotland and for the next 27 years, Wimble was applied as a venue for matches against Scotland. The stadium stopped its doors, ending with a defeat in October 2000.
The team played at a number of different venues across the country, though by the time of the FIFA World Cup 2006 qualifications. In March 2007, they returned to the new Wembley Stadium.
Terry Venables led England, equaling their best performance at a European Championship, at UEFA Euro 1996, reaching the semi-finals.
Besides, England non-English manager has guided England to the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup 2002, UEFA Euro 2004 and also FIFA World Cup 2006. The team of more players is playing in the different famous football club.